Sunday 28th of October 2018



Taylors Mistake Beach Carpark.

Located 15km east of Christchurch city, just over the hill from Sumner.

Please allow for extra time travelling to the event due to possible roadworks.

Course Details

The Boulder Bay Classic starts from the beach. The Godley Head track is a well formed gravel pathway maintained to a high standard. There are a number of gates and stiles, as well as sections of wooden boardwalks and steps.

While the track is very runnable, care is needed due to the coastal terrain and the narrowing of the track in places. Please do not wear ipods or similar electronic gear during this run.

See map below- Participants follow the red line.


A timing clock will be positioned at the finish line.

Kids Dash

Look out for the Clowns!

This will be a fun, free, event for children under the age of 13 years old.
The run will be approximately 1.5km around the prize giving area, and each child will be awarded a small treat on completion.

The Kids Dash will start just before the prize giving.

Sausage Sizzle brought to you by Odyssey House Christchurch

A slightly heathier version of sausage sizzle will be provided by the awesome team from Odyssey House Christchurch. Gluten free sausages and wholemeal bread. Please don’t forget to bring some coins.

We will be hosting 6 residents from Odyssey House in our event, and look forward to helping them in the hard work they are doing in turning their lives around and engaging with our community in a positive way.

If you would like to donate towards their residential service rebuild, please do so at their Give-a -little page. Link below.



Camp in the middle of a WWII defence battery site with great ocean views and a range of scenic walks.

For more information view the campground information page.


Performance prizes will be awarded for each age category  (more information).

race day schedule

7:30:00 – 8:30am Registration
8:45am Race Briefing
9:00am Race Start
10:30am Kids Dash – 1.5km Free event (chase the pirates)
10:45am (approx) Prize Giving

“Remember, the feeling you get from a good run is far better than the feeling you get from sitting around wishing you were running.”

Sarah Condor – Runner/Author